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president than your friend george bush did in eight years. >> you know, it's funny -- >> the facts bear it out. might be funny to you. >> i'll tell you what's funny to me. when george bush was running for re-election after four years unemployment was well under 6%. may have been under 5%. >> yes. >> we had 52 straight months of job growth under george bush. so, yeah, at this stage i would rather have george bush's record to run on. you know what? so would barack obama rather to have george bush's record to run on in 2004. >> you should tell it to the hundreds of thousands of people losing their jobs at the end of his term. the fact of the matter is at the end of george bush's term the u.s. economy was in a freefall and you know out. that's why we had to have t.a.r.p., multiple bailouts, bail out the banks and the auto industry went over a cliff. >> haley barbour, let me just ask you. a couple of promises here. president obama said a couple years ago he was going to reduce the budget deficit by half. unfortunately the last four have been over a trillion dollars. we have had skyrocketing
a new plan of attack. it's not subtle and it's ugly. and mitt romney doesn't want george w. bush anywhere near him. but going to the cayman islands to talk investments wasn't what he had in mind. the story of the day coming up. >>> all that, plus samuel l. jackson is reaching out to voters with an ad you'll want to see. this is "politicsnation" on msnbc. >> mitt romney a week ago they were ready to count the guy out and now he's bounced back and he's on a bus tour in ohio. he's been working very hard kissing babies and freeloaders. babies and freeloaders. facebook yet? the "politicsnation" conversation is going all day long. and today our fans had a lot to say about the romney harvesting comment. kalar says, he's never been a job creator. he's a profit harvester. our facebook family was happy about the voting in eye yeah. anthony says, go iowa. let's get this election going. we have a lot more on that first swing state to vote a little later in the program. we want to hear what you think, too. head over to facebook and search poins and like us "politicsnati and like us to keep th
on the day of the terrorist attacks of september 11th, 2001, when george bush made his first public remarks about the 9/11 attacks from where he was that day in sarasota, florida. the president was reading to a group of elementary school children when he was informed that they were underway. he continued reading to kids, but he did cut short the overall event and then explained why to the reporters who were there to recover him. >> today we have had a national tragedy. two airplanes have crashed into the world trade center in an apparent terrorist attack on our country. i have spoken to the vice president, to the governor of new york, to the director of the fbi, and i have ordered that the full resources of the federal government go to help the victims and their families and to conduct a full scale investigation to hunt down and to find those folks who committed this act. terrorism against our nation will not stand. >> the attacks had begun that morning at 8:46 a.m. you just saw president george bush speaking after the attacks began. the president is most remembered that day for the formal
for creating jobs. you didn't see george bush. and you didn't see mitt romney's tax returns. and the fact of the matter is, it was george bush's policy that drove our country into the worst set of problems any president as inherited since franklin delano roosevelt. but facts are facts and we can't deny for 29 months in a row we have seen positive private sect job growth, foreclosures are better than before the president took office. this is hard. these are deep problems. what you're going to see in the next few days here in charlotte, san agenda and a vision for america's future, where our middle class is actually growing, becoming stronger, where we create opportunity. their only idea is ladling on bigger tax breaks for billionaires. we believe in greater security for our jobs, our homes and in our golden years. >> schieffer: stephanie cutter, do you see any openings here coming out of the republican convention. paul ryan is no longer the policy one of. he is the attack dog. did he leave any opening for you? >> i think the big opening they left for the president is they never said where
, and the entire media painted it as if because of expectations, in fact george bush had won. not true. when you ask the american people they said gore won two out of three. and how did bush do against kerry? republicans say this democrats say that. oh hell no. john kerry 52-39 won the first one, won the second one, and won the last one 53-47. so george bush got his ass kicked in five out of the six debates he was in. and the media painted him as the victor. and what happened in the next debate. debate number three another crushing victory, 56-30. so in fact at it out of the last nine presidential debates have been won by democrats. in fact a great majority of the debates since 1960 have been won by democrats. do you hear that from the media? no it's all even. it's not even. look at the numbers after the debates. the democrats are still going to play it safe. and so a spokesperson said the only way he could lose is if he fell off of the stage. she probably should haven't said that, but it reminded me of the one time that a candidate did actually fall off of the stage. [ cheers and
is in trouble. and while george bush and dan quayle have been making excuses for deadlock and delay, people in other nations, inspired by the eternal promise of america, have torn down the berlin wall, brought communism to its knees and forced a racist government in south africa to turn away from apartheid. throughout the world, obstacles to liberty that many thought might stand forever turned out to simply be no match for men and women who decided in their hearts that their future could be much greater than their past would let them dream. their faith in the power of conscience and their confidence in the force of truth required a leap of the human spirit. can we say truthfully that their chance for change was better than ours? and yet, we face our own crisis of the spirit here and now in america. we're told we can no longer change; we've seen our better days. they even say, we're history. the cynics are having a field day because across this country millions of american families have been betrayed by a government out of touch with our values and beholden to the privileged few. millions of
tonight. >> thanks, rev. >>>headheee hg tne campaign but when they told george w. bush to go away, they probably didn't mean go toll the cayman islands for an investment confence. >>> and hundreds and thousands voting today in iowa. it's a big day for this election. stay with us. >> this ithe memur era. protecting that fundamental right, not just for this election but for the next generation and generations to come. ♪ why not take a day to explore your own backyard? with two times the points on travel, chase sapphire preferred. there's more to enjoy. a great clean doesn't have to taklong. i'm done. yhinking hat i'mi ♪ give me just a little more time ♪ okay. all right. oh! [ female announcer ] the 2-in-1 swiffer sweeper uses electrostatic dry cloths to clean better than a broom. and its wet mopping cloths can clean better than a mop in half theime so you don't miss a thing. mom, have you seen my - ey! hey! he did it. [ female announcer ] swiffer. better clean in half the time. or your money back. till you finish your vegetables. clock ticking ] [ me announcer ] there's a bett
, if you are not going to use your army, may i borrow it? so i say, george bush, if you won't use your power to help america, step aside, i will! [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "we want bill!"] our consumer is falling behind. we have gone from fifth to 13th in the world in agse -- wages since reagan and bush were in office. four years ago bush said america is a -- an important place. now under president bush america has an unpleasant economy stuck somewhere between germany and sri lanka. and for most americans, mr. president, life is a lot less kind and a lot less gentle than it was before your administration. [cheers and applause] [crowd chanting "we want bill!"] our country has fallen so far, so fast that just a few months ago, the japanese prime minister actually said he felt sympathy for the united states. [crowd booing] sympathy. when i am your president, the rest of the world will not look down on us with pity but come to us with respect again! [cheers and applause] what is george bush doing about our economic problem? now, four years ago, he promised 50 million new jobs b
program has proven itself to work. did we saw george bush have major tax cuts for the rich. we have fewer jobs after those bushwhacks cuts, and the median wage started to drop, ending in the crash of 2008. what we have seen in the clinton administration, of which are was very proud to be secretary of labor, that when we raise taxes at the top, when you expand infrastructure, when you build the economy from the bottom, you get a sustained recovery is, and you get a larger middle class with an upward mobility. >> "the new york times" did a story about the clinton administration when you were secretary of labor, and they found now 15 years later more women and children are falling into poverty than ever before, primarily because that program did not work so well, and peter was right about stepping down because he disagreed with that approach. your thoughts about about welfare program, since we are hearing so much about welfare once again. >> i was very much against the president's signing the bill. ihought it was the third bill the republicans sent. i thought he should hold out for a much be
as president clinton had the same. he only faults george bush on the 9/11 commission, actually faulted george bush, president clinton, the cia, the fbi, the department of justice. it was a much more context report. if anything, he's said in his reporting, and they never had the heart of what he says, which is other pdbs gave credence to the fact that this was an attack that could have been stopped. >> in my reading 06 the 9/11 report, it says numerous actions were taken overseas and domestic agencies didn't know what to do. >> that's true, because there wasn't the same kind -- i want to address a number of things that ari just said. i mean, number one, i want to point out his first approach was attack the messenger. number two, i am quoting from presidential daily briefs. ari is not coming in here and saying oh, i have other information. i don't know what he's saying. is he saying i'm just lying and making them up? ari, this is what it says. >> i'm reading from the 9/11 commission. >> i allowed you to speak, would you give me the same benefit? i'm angry at ari today, because the first thing h
with the economy today. you cannot reward the people that fail. it started under george bush you don't reward the failing companies on wall street. i tell people when you're mad at besio that makes $20 million a year, 50 million you have no right he doesn't cost taxpayers a dime but you can be met government employees could get 100,000 a year for not working the rest of their lives that comes from us the taxpayer but when the day comes to bail out the company and allows them to keep paying $50 million dan you've broken every principal of capitalism and taxpayers have a right to be mad that is the only area that i will ever agree. they're filled with the socialists and marxists and form on everything except you don't bail out capitalism ever. let them fail. that is the libertarian answer. >> you use blogging or subtitled and talk about god quite a bit in your book. but libertarianism is often not associated with relio
is a direct result of a broken politics in washington and the failed policies of george w. bush. [cheers and applause] america, we are better than these last eight years. we are a better country than this. [cheers and applause] this country's more decent than one where a woman in ohio on the brink of retirement finds herself one illness away from a lifetime of hard work. we're a better country than one where a man in indiana has to pack up the equipment that he's worked on for 20 years and watch as it's shipped off to china, and then chokes up when he explains how he felt like a failure when he went home to tell his family the news. we are better than letting families slide into poverty. [cheers and applause] that sits on its hands while a major american city drowns before our eyes. tonight i say to the people of america, to democrats and republicans and independents across this great land, enough! this moment -- [cheers and applause] this moment -- [cheers and applause] this election is our chance to keep in the 21st century the american promise alive, because next week in minnesota the
differently? where was george bush at the convention that he was the former president of the united states. he was the reason why the situation we are in today. they did not want him around. host: could that happen today? someone with equal tends background get this far in the nomination process? >> someone with his background would be treated differently. he would not have shock therapy necessarily. he would be treated with psychotropic drugs that are not available at that time. it is hard to say what the calculus would be. illnessgleton's mental is asked about specifically during the vetting porcess, it depends on a case by case basis. by paul lord two this order is different for different people. >> we will have to leave it there. we have been talking with joshua glasser, the author of a "the 18 day running mate." that is the book there on the screen. thank you for being on the washington journal. >> tomorrow barack christiansen, chief -- rob christiansen. davis and policy -- a professor from north carolina. democratic delegate ryan fowler. live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c- span. watch covera
's. >> interesting take. >> how would reagan have got on he inherited the financial situation george bush slithered towards obama? >> 20% interest rates, double digit inflation, a soviet union, i mean, reag's position was better than obama's. for heaven's sakes -- >> you're saying -- >> wait a minute. grover, grover -- >> can i just intervene here? >> the soviet union was no more of a financial burden on america than afghanistan and iraq had been. these are fatuous arguments. >> first of all, they brought out at the same time that reagan was managing ending carter's inflation policy and 20% interest rates and the increase in the cost of energy, turned all that around. he also created jobs at the same time. ten million more during the same 36 months than obama has. that's one of the reasons people look at this and the high unemployment rate -- >> i think mr. reish is entitled to jump in. >> we need more, piers, more civil discourse on television. >> i totally agree. >> when grover norquist talks about stuff that he obviously has no idea what he's talking about, i've got to pipe up. i mean, grover no
hour, you will be watching the debate. joining me now mark mckinnon, chief adviser for george bush, and jonathan capeheart opinion writer for "the washington post." >> mark, i've read what you have to say about mitt romney, i understand your shock at what you've heard from him. there's nothing from what he said at that fundraiser that i can link to the previous two republicans presidents, george w. bush or george h.w. bush when speaking about similar matters. can you find any connection between what george w. bush used to say about compassionate conservatism, what george h.w. bush used to say about thousand points of light? >> no. and it was those ideas that compassionate conservatism that drew independent conservatives like me at the time to the republican party. interestingly, in his response on fox yesterday when he was trying to walk all this back, he kept talking about those people. i never heard the words those people from george w. bush or george h.w. bush or ronald reagan or bill clinton. those are the kinds of things that cause some concern. >> let's listen to george w. bu
aircraft in the united states. but mr. eickenwald only faults george bush, but the 9/11 commission faulted president bush, president clinton, cia, department of justice. a much more complex report than mr. eickenwald said, and never had the heart of what mr. ike enwald said, where there were other pdbs that this could have been stopped. >> in my 9/11 commission report, it said numerous actions were done overseas, far less domestically. and domestic agencies reported they didn't know what to do, according to the 9/11 commission report. >> that's true. there wasn't the same kind of -- i want to address a number of things ari just said. number one, his first approach was attack the messenger. number two, i am quoting from presidential daily briefs. ari is not coming in here and saying, oh, i have other information. i don't know what he's saying. is he saying i'm lying and making them up? ari, this is what it says. you can hold up the 9/11 -- i allowed you to speak. i'm kind of angry at ari today. the first thing he did was send out a tweet, calling me a 9/11 truther. meaning one of those peop
to the economy of george w. bush at the end of bush's term? or do you want to go back to the economy that you saw at the end of my term? and what he can do is he can link barack obama's plans for the economy and the way barack obama has handled the economy to how he would have done it. so he can kind of yolk himself to president obama and remind people, as i'm sure he will do, that things were better when democrats were in charge. and go through what the president has done and say i would have done this, i would have done this, i would have done that. we just need to give this time to grow. and remind people what it was like when he was president. >> and another area where he could be effective for the obama campaign is welfare reform. >> yes. >> the romney campaign has been hammering president obama for gutting the work requirements supposedly of welfare reform. but it was this president bill clinton who signed welfare reform back in the '90s. >> it is. welfare reform was his baby. it was something he was very proud of. it was a bipartisan achievement. and i think bill clinton more than anyone e
/gore convention, these guys did a 1,000-mile bus tour right after their convention. in 2000, george bush and dick cheney left straight from their convention to ohio and michigan and illinois to tour it by train. in 2004, john kerry and john edwards did the same sort of cross-country tour through pennsylvania and west virginia and ohio and beyond. in 2008, barack obama and joe biden went straight from their convention to michigan and to pennsylvania and to ohio by bus. you're supposed to go out there and make it stick, right? it is post-convention momentum time. mitt romney today is not on a bus tour. or a train tour. or any kind of tour. when you get to be the presidential nominee of your party, you have what's called a press pool that follows you around at all times. it's basically a small pool of reporters who track your every movement all day long 24 hours a day. and then they distribute that information to the rest of the press. well, today the mitt romney press pool was informed at 10:00 a.m. that mr. romney was down for the day, that he had no events scheduled. the press was essentially tol
of this election. the question without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before george bush brought us the bush job losses, the bush recession, the bush deficit. >> reporter: after republican mitt romney campaign pounced on that, today, governor martin o'malley did a 180. >> we are clearly better off as country because we're now creating jobs rather than losing them. we have not recovered all that we lost. >> reporter: the problem compounded by the fact two top advisors to the president would not say yes or no. >> it took us a long time to get in the hole and will take us a long time to get out of it. >> there are plenty of people in our economy who have been impacted by the positive way by decisions the president made >> reporter: seeking to further clean it up, a top campaign official added by any measurement the country is better off, which drew cackles from the romney camp. other officials try to change the question altogether. >> the question that americans are asking is how do we restore economic security for the middle class. governor romney ultimately failed to answer that ques
went wind surfing while george bush was on the attack. >> they waited and it didn't work out. so we're going to make sure we take advantage of every minute. >> reporter: republicans may have two other opportunities to drive home powerful messages as brackets the as early as tomorrow the national debt is expected to top $16 trillion. then there is all important jobs report for the month of august. that comes up just at the convention ends on friday morning. >> bret: john, thank you. we're getting mixed signals about american troops in afghanistan. jay carney says the president has said that not all the troops would be out by 2014 but that isn't what the president said earlier in colorado. >> we are bringing our troops home from afghanistan and i set a timetable we will have them all out of there by 2014. >> carney accused reporters playing goch kha, they understand the afghanistan policy. they have criticized governor romney for failing to mention afghanistan in his acceptance speech. >> a suicide bomber in company rammed his car. two pakistanis were killed and 19 people were injured
, and the george bush drunk driving story in 2000. if this is a political october surprise, how does that affect the vote on november 6. we will ask george w. bush's chief of staff, andy card about how the narrative would be different if president bush was in office today. we have been hearing a lot about that some other news outlets today. why there was a potential cover-up on a terror attack on u.s. soil, where is the media on this? governor mitt romney spoke to a foreign-policy topic forum at valley college in california. it shows president obama leading in pennsylvania by more than a point. but that did not stop the governor from blasting the president for calling deadly turmoil around the muslim world, a bump in the road. >> i don't consider 20 or 30,000 people dying just a bump in the road. or a muslim brotherhood president in egypt a bump in the road. i don't consider the killing of our diplomats in libya as a bump in the road, and i sure as heck don't consider iran becoming nuclear, a bump in the road. we need someone who recognizes what is ahead and what is willing to be done as a leade
at george w. bush and see this shift toward freedom, liberty and democracy in the middle east and elsewhere in the world and he will be viewed as a great visionary >> jon: full throated defense of the value of democracy >> the meade cora and our government, democracy. this is a good thing. and i'm sitting here saying, all right. what is going to take over? it was obviously the muslim brotherhood was the only group that had any political clout. >> jon: young not as fat you. all right. i guess you can't just let people depots their own dictators in the name of democracy. >> we have at least some hope for peace in the middle east and democracy. certainly better than what they have. >> jon: i got to tell you something. i love it when that conservative patriot guy pulls on that naive leftist deutch bag. what's the name of that show in hannity and takes the opposite position the younger hannity. it's a great show. that's great television. now listen to me, we could go all night. we could go all night bringing up examples of pundits on the right who couldn't do enough to promote democracy in the m
ticas que se le hicieron en el pasado al ex presidente george bush, después que el huracán katrina golpeara esa región hace 7 años. >>> en esta oportunidad declaramos el estado de emergencia rápidamente y pedimos ayuda individual para los residentes de la región. >>> el presidente barack obama dice que quiere apoyar a los residentes que están en refugios para que vuelvsan a sus viviendas lo antes posible. >>> esot para que las personas puedan tener los recursos necesario para reconstruir y enviar a sus hijos a la escuela. >>> las autoridades del estado esperan que la ayuda se extiendan a 14 distritos, hasta ahora miles de residentes han pedido ayuda para la reconstrución de sus viviendas. >>> también taban en el grupo los que volvían por primera vez a sus casas, se enfrentaron al a dura realidad de ver sus pertenencias inundadas por la tormenta. >>> muchos vieron esto por segunda vez en 7 años. >>> increíble. >>>ggracias, buenas noches. >>> buenas noches. >p>>pasando a otras informaciones, ahora en cuanto a la producción de gasolina y gas del golfo de méxico que vuelve poco a p
that killed over 243 marines, 1983 and certainly during george bush's time we saw a lot of attacks on embassies. when you think about what the substance of the romney critique, he ran into trouble on two fronts. the first was he argued that this embassy statement had been an apology and when you read the statement it read like a lot of statements out of embassies. it was meant to calm things but it actually came out before the first protest happened, which was important and it was an effort to say we disassociate the u.s. government from this video. you have to understand -- gwen: it depth work out that way. >> it didn't sort out. but when you biss -- listen to governor romney, it seems to have con flailted the timing and by the time romney spoke that night or issued a statement that night it was just a few hours later that the fill -- killings happened in libya. gwen: and that quickly became the fuel for the latest stage of the presidential campaign. romney's critique of the president's foreign policy record morphed into an attack on his overall ability to lead. this was running m
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